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International standards

Globalized markets call for internationally recognized rules.
 
This is why international standards are drafted with the idea of simplifying international exchange of goods and services, with the top priorities being equal opportunity and an increase in efficiency. The global centre of international standardization is Geneva, Switzerland, where the three organizations below are based and draft standards for worldwide application.

International Organization for Standardization
The ISOISO
International Organization for Standardization
is the independent international association of national organizations for standardization from more than 150 countries. The ISOISO
International Organization for Standardization
drafts international standards in all areas other than electrical engineering and telecommunications.
www.iso.org

 

International Electrotechnical Commission 
The IECIEC
International Electrotechnical Commission
covers the areas of electricity and electronics at international level. The IECIEC
International Electrotechnical Commission
is an association of more than 50 national electricity and electronics organizations.
www.iec.ch

 

International Telecommunication Union   
It is the mission of the Telecommunication Standardization Sector ITU-T to draft worldwide standards for the area of telecommunications.
www.itu.int

 

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